G Spot 2 - Pride: The 1st Deadly Sin
Reviewed by: Michelle Bishop
G-Spot 2 – Pride: The 1st Deadly Sin by Noire has to be one of the best written and most enjoyable urban stories I have had the pleasure to read. Noire picks up the story of Juicy and Gino after the death of Gino’s father, Granite “G” McKay. Juicy and Gino have fled New York for sunny Los Angeles in hopes of building a new future. With plans to wed, Gino’s new job, and Juicy’s growing clothing design business all seems to be going well until the hunt for Granite’s stash of cash begins on the East Coast and the couple acquires new enemies on the West Coast.
This is not a full-sized novel. Instead it is an episode, a highly sexualized, intrigue-ridden episode, intended to be part of a serial novel. Noire explains in the forward the desire to take on the challenge of writing an Urban Erotica serial novel full of suspense and sensual delight. Thus far, the effort appears to be very successfully under way. This sexy story is tightly woven with the links between the East and West Coasts slowly unfurling.
The book is not perfect, however. Occasionally, Gino and Juicy display a little more naiveté than one would expect given their exploits in the original G-Spot. Yet it is precisely that inability to see around the proverbial corners that lead to such an interesting set of circumstances; so that flaw is easily overlooked. If there is a significant complaint to be made about G-Spot 2 – Pride: The 1st Deadly Sin, it would be that the book is not long enough. This spare, 117-page novella enthralls us from the very first line all the way to “to be continued.” With this well-crafted story and its careful balance of sex and violence, Noire has gotten off to an outstanding start in this first installment of the G-Spot 2 Urban Erotica serial novel.
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